Beto O’Rourke, Mosquito With Annoying Bark

Lifelong Democrat Jessie Contreras changed his mind and his political party in May 2022. The south Texan said it was at Beto O’Rourke’s distasteful appearance in Uvalde after the school shooting that left 19 children dead.

“We were grieving,” he said. “He came in posturing to get national headlines on the news that night. It wasn’t about him. It was about our children.”

“To us, Beto is about as welcome as a mosquito or a barking dog. Mosqu-eto the O’Rourke–the Bark. All bark and no bite.”

George Soros puppet and multi-time political failure Robert Francis O’Rourke, “Beto,” made a Houston campaign stop over in November 2021 and was met with an unfriendly crowd.

“Beto, I’m Robert. I’m a native Houstonian. On behalf of the ranchers, the oil and gas, the farmers, like Maxine Waters, I’m in your grill telling you don’t come back. We don’t want you here. Get the hell out!” he said after shaking O’Rourke’s hand. “Hey Beto! Come and take it. It ain’t going to happen. You lost twice. No means no.”

The crowd then started chanting, “Hell no! Hell no!”

The obsessed Beto ran for U.S. Senate in 2018 and lost to Republican Senator Ted Cruz. In 2020, he ran for president and failed again. During his presidential campaign, he promised to use the government to confiscate lawfully owned AR-15 sporting rifles. 

Describing his failed run for the presidency, Pollster Frank Luntz said it best.

“All of Beto was about him,” Luntz pinpointed. “It wasn’t about policy, it wasn’t about politics. It was cult of personality.”

His campaign was so bad Beto resorted to “the dumbest thing you could possibly do” by announcing a reset. That’s like “acknowledging that your politics don’t work,” Luntz said.

Perhaps the best part of Beto running again is knowing the tremendous amount of money being wasted from liberal-leftist donors from all over the country being poured into the losing efforts.

Again, the faux-journalists from corporate news repeat their chant to “turn Texas blue” in a tired and feverish pitch. While most real citizens rejoice in the Democrat PAC resources going up in smoke.

“One day, as I was driving home from work, I noticed two children crossing the street,” O’Rourke once wrote. “They were happy, happy to be free from their troubles…. This happiness was mine by right. I had earned it in my dreams.”

“As I neared the young ones, I put all my weight on my right foot, keeping the accelerator pedal on the floor until I heard the crashing of the two children on the hood, and then the sharp cry of pain from one of the two,” O’Rourke continued. “I was so fascinated for a moment, that when after I had stopped my vehicle, I just sat in a daze, sweet visions filling my head.”

Perhaps Robert Francis O’Rourke’s most disturbing political stunt took place right after the Uvalde school shootings.

Governor Abbott had spoken on the tragedy and was about to hand the microphone over to Lt. Governor Dan Patrick when O’Rourke, tried to hijack the press conference.

“You are doing nothing,” Beto yelled. Texas Senator Ted Cruz told him to “sit down” and Lt. Gov. Patrick said, “You’re out of line and an embarrassment.”

He went after Abbott in a belligerent and disrespectful manner that turned out to be an appalling disrespect for the victims and their grieving loved ones.

“No. He needs to get his ass out of here. This isn’t his place to talk to, so…,” said Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin.

Mayor McLaughlin shot back, “Sir, you’re out of line! Sir, you’re out of line! Sir, you are out of line! Please leave this auditorium. I can’t believe you’re a sick son of a b-tch that would come to a deal like this to make a political issue,” he shouted as Beto was escorted out.

Gov. Abbott reacted to the disgusting sideshow with strong words, “There are family members who are crying as we speak.” he said. “There are family members whose hearts are broken, there’s no words than anybody shouting can come up here and do anything to heal those broken hearts.”

“Every Texan, every American has a responsibility where we need to focus not on ourselves and our agendas, we need to focus on the healing and hope that we can provide to those who have suffered unconscionable damage to their lives and loss of life,” Abbott continued.

“We need all Texans, in this one moment in time, put aside the personal agendas, think of somebody other than ourselves, think about the people who are hurt and help those who have been hurt,” he added emphatically.


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Beto Watch Out, Beto Not Cry, Beto Not Pout?

The Democrat from El Paso who wants to be governor of Texas, besides being known as the candidate who failed in a Senate race against Ted Cruz, actually lost despite tons of money thrown at him by George Soros funded organizations.

In that 2018 race, $80 million–a record at the time–came from wasted socialist-liberal donations to Francis O’Rourke. The majority of it poured in from New York and California.

Like the many liberal puppets Soros has funded in District Attorney races across America, O’Rourke had skirted from obscurity as a do-nothing Congressman, to failure as a Senate candidate, and a presidential wannabe.

In the March Texas Primary, O’Rourke took 91% (846,966 votes) of the ballots moving him to the Democratic candidate spot for the November 8, 2022 election against Gov. Greg Abbott.

When O’Rourke ran for governor last time, Abbott had plenty to say about Soros:

“Liberals think they’ve found cracks in our armor.

“In 2014, I won Harris County and Bexar County. In 2016, Hillary won them both.

“What happened?

“George Soros for one.

“He poured big money into Harris County and they won every county-wide race.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, who announced his 2018 bid for re-election in July 2017, has invoked George Soros as a threat to Republican hopes in Texas. Soros has yet to put money into Texas state elections, records suggest.

“Liberals are messing with Texas.

“Every far-left liberal you can think of from George Soros to Nancy Pelosi is trying to undo the Texas brand of liberty and prosperity.

“I have news for the liberals. Texas values are not up for grabs.”

It may be a positive feature in liberal Austin, Houston, Ft. Worth, much of San Antonio and in his hometown of El Paso, but O’Rourke’s dark past Is well known in Texas.

🔹He was the attention-seeking active member of a computer hacking group called “Cult of the Dead Cow” where he posted his fiction about killing children and called himself “Psychedelic Warlord.”

🔹His arrests and lying involved Driving While Intoxicated and Burglary violations.

For years he has been known as a spoiled, rich egotistic attention seeker.





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Under Obama & Now Biden, Living in Texas Border Counties is Like ‘Living in a War Zone’

Before the Trump administration began construction on the Border Wall, almost two-thirds of criminal activity in Texas was gang related and Mexican cartels were escalating their recruitment of U.S. school-age children.

Texas Border Security: A Strategic Military Assessment,” an independent study by former military generals Barry McCaffrey and Major-General Robert Scales noted, “They want these kids to do the dirty work.”

“They are sacrificial,” Carlos, a 28-year old man who had escaped cartel torture and death and was working at a downtown San Antonio restaurant, explained. “They pay them $500 or $1000 to cross the border into Texas because they know the patrol doesn’t think American kids are going to smuggle that much drugs in, but with that kind of money, and excitement, they can find students willing to do it.”

“When the other kids see someone driving a car and spending money and buying their girlfriends jewelry and clothes, it’s not hard to recruit others,” Carlos said.

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In just 18 months, six of seven cartels established headquarters in Texas cities during Obama’s last year’s in office, according to testimony form the Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steven McGraw.

At least 22 murders, 24 assaults, 15 shootings and five kidnappings were traced to cartel activities on the Texas side of the border during that period.

Carlos says “these cartels are very sophisticated and are run like a military or a business.”

“They provide ‘insurance’ to the farmers,” Carlos outlined. “If the farmers continue to harvest and provide marijuana for a very cheap price, then their wives and children will continue to live. That is Mexican cartel ‘insurance.’”

“They pay a few dollars for a pound of marijuana,” said Carlos. “They have up to six levels of people on their payroll who make sure it gets into the U.S. cities because they can sell it in San Antonio or Houston for like $250 or $300 a pound, but in New York or Chicago, it might be $1500 or $1600, and that’s a big profit that no one is going to stop as long as the U.S. allows them to keep on going.”

The generals’ report stated the cartels objectives “are relying increasingly on organized gangs to provide expendable and unaccountable manpower to do their dirty work.”

Smuggling people.

“These gangs are recruited on the streets of Texas cities and inside Texas prisons by top-tier gangs who work in conjunction with the cartels,” the report continued.

During the Obama presidency, Department of Public Safety reports showed that in 2010, the Texas prison gangs associated with the Mexican cartels increased from four to 12.

When Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples released the report, it revealed these cartels were building a “sanitary zone” about one county deep within the U.S. along the Texas border. The plan was use this zone to escape Mexican law enforcement and provide an area of safe movement for drug smugglers and human traffickers.

Texas was the “tactical close combat zone and frontline in this conflict. Texans have been assaulted by cross-border gangs and narco-terrorist activities.”

“Washington keeps telling us our border is more secure than ever, but this detailed military assessment, by two of America’s top generals, offers proof to the contrary,” Commissioner Staples said about the Obama administration. “It’s time to shed the cloak of denial and protect our citizens and national security.”

“It’s time for Washington to uphold its constitutional duty to protect Americans on their home soil,” Staples added.

The report offered a military perspective on how to best use “strategic, operational and tactical measures to secure the increasingly hostile border regions” on the border.

Big Improvements With Trump

Before the Trump presidency, Texas landowners and officials had been witnessing and pleading with the Obama Administration for increased federal support to defend the U.S. border. They are doing the same with the Biden White House.

Under Trump, the border was far better protected.

“The southwestern United States had become increasingly threatened by the spread of Latin American and Mexican cartel organized crime,” said Gen. Barry McCaffrey (Ret.)

“The violence and ongoing threat to our security reflected a change in the strategic intent of the cartels to move their operations into the United States,” said Maj. Gen. Robert Scales (Ret.) observed back then. “American cities and rural areas now have Latin American drug, gun and human smuggling cartels operating inside our borders.”

Under Obama-Biden it is a War Zone

Their findings indicate citizens living and working in a Texas border county is equivalent to living in a warzone. Law enforcement agencies, civil authorities, journalists and citizens are in continuous and growing danger of attack.

There is disparity between reported and actual cartel activity because the 17,000 local and state law enforcement agencies that provide data to the Uniform Crime Reports (UCR), under the both the Obama and Biden Administrations, are not required to categorize these crimes as “drug related.”

Trump had fixed all of that.


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Wildlife Vaccine Airdrops to Combat Rabies Resume Along Texas Border

The Texas Department of State Health Services’ (DSHS) Oral Rabies Vaccination Program resumes flights Jan. 12 from Zapata, Texas. This successful program, now in its 28th year, led to the elimination of the domestic dog-coyote and the Texas fox rabies virus variants from the state.

DSHS will utilize aircraft from Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc. and a Texas Wildlife Services helicopter to airdrop more than 1.17 million baits containing rabies vaccine in 19 counties along the southern Texas border. The project is slated to run for two weeks. Local and regional public health personnel will commence ground distribution of additional vaccine baits in South Texas and El Paso County in late January.

🔹The first ORVP in southern Texas was initiated in 1995 following an outbreak caused by a domestic dog/coyote variant of the rabies virus, while a gray fox rabies outbreak occurring in West-Central Texas led to an ORVP the following year.

🔹Results were immediate. Texas experienced 122 cases of the dog/coyote rabies variant in 1994, the year before the first vaccine drop, but then recorded zero cases by 2000.

🔹Only two cases have been documented since then – one in 2001 and one in 2004. Both of those cases occurred within a mile of the Rio Grande River, which is why DSHS concentrates the baits in that area to help vaccinate animals that may enter the country across the southern border.

“The annual rabies vaccine/bait distribution along the border of Texas and Mexico is critical for the protection of humans, pets and livestock in Texas,” said Dr. Susan Rollo, ORVP director. “The maintenance distribution levels help keep the U.S. free of the canine strain.”

The vaccine baits to be dropped are small, plastic packets dipped in fish oil and coated with fishmeal crumbles to attract coyotes, gray foxes and other wild carnivores. Extensive research across a wide variety of species has proven the vaccine to be safe; only non-infectious portions of the rabies virus are used. Neither humans nor animals are in danger of developing rabies if they are exposed to the vaccine.

🔹Rabies typically spreads through the bite of an infected animal. If a person or animal exhibits symptoms of rabies, it is nearly always fatal.

🔹Immunizing domestic animals like pets is critical to help stop the spread of the disease and protect the animals and their owners.

🔹Skunks and bats today are the most significant sources of rabies in Texas.

Airdrop operations will be launched from Zapata County Airport, Del Rio International Airport and Alpine-Casparis Municipal Airport.

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Texas Now Allows Additional Time For Online Renewal Eligibility

A new state law gives Texans additional time to renew their vehicle registration online. House Bill 2152 allows online registration renewals up to 12 months past the expiration date.

Previously, Texans could renew expired registrations online up to nine months past the expiration date. Customers who renew late will still be responsible for paying for a full year of registration.

Additionally, anyone renewing between 10 and 12 months after their registration expires will have the option to renew for both the current (past-due) registration year and the next registration year at the same time.

The month of expiration will not change for Texans using this option. Registration and local county fees will be doubled when registration is renewed for both years; however, only one Processing and Handling Fee will be charged.

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Why Are Politicians and Illegal Aliens Exempt From the Experimental Vaccines?

If the vaccine is so important why do our government leaders and illegal aliens not have to take it?

Currently, 13 states that are Democratic with high vaccination rates have the highest “case” rates (using a faulty PCR test), while Republican states are all doing better. How does this occur?

Let’s examine Texas, a large populated and diverse state. In January 2021, mainstream media were heavy with Dr. Anthony Fauci quotes and claims in their reporting.

At the time, there were just four counties in Texas willing to get the experimental COVID-19 “vaccines” at the high rate Fauci and media were pushing for. Three of them are in Central Texas. Note that the University of Texas and Texas State University are in those counties.

High vaccinated counties experience increased vaccine related deaths and illness.

Fauci promised during a December 2020 broadcast on CNBC, that counties reaching those levels of vaccinations “would develop an umbrella of immunity that would be able to protect even the vulnerable who have not been vaccinated or those in which the vaccine has not been effective.”

Fauci and the media were eventually proven wrong.

In most of Texas, about 52 percent of the population chose not get the vaccines. According to survey results from Carnegie Mellon’s COVIDcast and conducted by the Delphi Group, those models and predictions were unreliable for the longer term predictions.

In Travis, Hays, Williamson and El Paso (University of Texas at El Paso) counties, they reached high vaccine acceptance rates and surpassed the 80 percent threshold Fauci promised would do the job.

No other Texas counties reached above 80% in vaccine acceptance, out of 254 counties statewide.

  • 85.3% – Travis County
  • 82.1% – Hays County
  • 81.9% – Williamson County
  • 80.5% – El Paso County
  • 78.8% – Webb County
  • 78.1% – Fort Bend County
  • 77.6% – Collin County
  • 77.0% – Brazos County
  • 76.7% – Denton County
  • 75.2% – Nueces County
Texas is predominantly a red state. Ironically, blue counties experience highest vaccine injuries and deaths.

What did we learn?

1. Don’t trust Anthony Fauci.

2. Don’t trust the mainstream media

3. Vaccine hesitancy is multi-factorial and has little to do with level of education or intelligence. In another Carnegie Mellon University study, the educational level with the most vaccine hesitancy is the Ph.D. level. Those can all have been awarded to liberal arts majors. Clearly, scientists who can read the data and assess risk are among the least likely to take the mRNA vaccines.

Why should the vaccine program be stopped?

This enormous clinical trial of mRNA vaccines have caused millions of Americans to participate mostly out of fear. But over time, it has not been going well.

It is abundantly clear for anyone advocating for public health that the vaccination program should be stopped. 

🔹Iceland has just stopped giving the Moderna vaccine to anyone which is a good step in the right direction.

🔹Sweden, Denmark, and Finland have banned the Moderna vaccine for anyone under the age of 30.

🔹Norway, Sweden, and Denmark have ended all COVID restrictions and are doing far better than the U.S., UK, and Israel, three countries that continue to vaccinate into the pandemic.

🔹Mexico, Guatemala, Indonesia, almost all of Africa, and parts of India have low vaccination rates and are doing much better than America. The difference? They manage the pandemic by using Ivermectin, not Big Pharma experimental vaccinations..

🔹VAERS, America’s vaccine adverse effect reporting system, (widely known to under-report events by 1-10%) indicate there are close to 17,000 deaths, 24,000 disabilities, 11,000 MI/myocarditis, 88,000 urgent care visits, 76,000 hospital stays, and 777,000 total adverse events.

🔹The European reporting system, Eudravigilance, shows about 26,000 deaths.

What is ‘Antibody Dependent Enhancement’?

Data from the CMS system (Medicare charts) showed over 48,000 deaths in the Medicare group shortly after taking the vaccine.

An AI-powered tracking program called Project Salus tracks the Medicare population and shows vaccinated Medicare recipients are having worse outcomes each week.

Their ailments, injuries and deaths are proving consistent with “Antibody Dependent Enhancement.” This occurs when the vaccine antibodies actually accelerate the infection leading to worsening COVID-19 infection outcomes.

Antibody Dependent Enhancement has occurred previously with trials of other coronavirus vaccines in animals. The CDC and the FDA are suppressing this data and no one who receives the vaccine has true informed consent.

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Crimes against humanity?

The Rome declaration in Italy, has 6,700 medical signatories attesting that the handling of the pandemic amounts to crimes against humanity for denying the best medical treatment and continuing to advocate for harmful vaccines.

Each day more evidence arises for Americans to end the propaganda and mass mask psychosis.

The media narrative of perpetual fear is falling apart. Mexico, Guatemala, Indonesia, almost all of Africa, and parts of India have low vaccination rates and are doing much better than the US, something attributed to their managing the pandemic by using Ivermectin.

Denmark, Sweden, and Finland suspensions in vaccinating those under 30 years old with the Moderna vaccine was due to increases of myocarditis and pericarditis among youths and young adults that were vaccinated. 

“The connection is especially clear when it comes to Moderna’s vaccine Spikevax, especially after the second dose,” the Swedish Health Agency announced.

Worldwide medical data shows 24 percent to 53 percent of people with myocarditis die within 3-10 years.

F–Joe Biden

Over 500,000 people attended the Sturgis, South Dakota motorcycle rally in August and there was no super spread of COVID-19. One survey showed 82 percent of attendees said they had not been jabbed.

Football season began in August and stadiums around the country continue to pack in an average of 86,456 fans yelling and screaming “F-Joe Biden” with no masks on. There have been no superspreader events, yet the students are forced to go back to masking in class.

Finally, President Donald J. Trump continues to hold record breaking attendance records at his Rally for America events. Despite media propaganda, their predicts have been wrong. There have been no superspreaders.

Way to Go, Fauci.


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Internet Flop: Kamala Told to Go to Texas Border

During the 91 days since current White House Resident Biden proclaimed Kamala Harris as the Border Immigration Czar, the vice president has been constantly lambasted for not helping the crisis. Not once has she visited the US-Mexico during her time in office.

Except for the predictable mainstream media and typical liberal blowhards, most Americans have been blasting, berating and ridiculing Harris for her lack of action on the crisis.

As soon as the White House announced she would finally be flying to El Paso (considered friendly territory and about a thousand miles away from the real issue) two days ahead of President Donald J. Trump and Texas Governor Greg Abbott, the onslaught against her peaked. Here is a sampling:


Visit Texas Guadalupe Mountains for Ultimate Hiking Adventures

Returning only twice since the 1970s, I first learned about hiking up the highest location in my state from my Texas State University Journalism (then Southwest Texas State University) professor, David Yates, in 1977.


Guadalupe Mountains National Park

He published, for a .90 to $1.50, an 11 1/2″×14 3/4″ newspaper, Cedar Rock, for poets and writers that was circulated and purchased in bookstores across the nation, but especially in the Southwest. I was fortunate to have a poem, articles and photos occasionally included.

Yates enthusiastically wrote and mentioned his hikes up Guadalupe Peak in Cedar Rock and in class.

During a long weekend, I joined Mr. Yates and others on a caravan trip from San Marcos to the El Paso area for one of his hikes up the 8,751 foot peak.

I learned that Guadalupe Peak is much more than the Lone Star State’s highest point. Guadalupe Mountains National Park  has since become the destination for one of the state’s most epic hikes.

The Guadalupe Peak Trail ascends about 3,000 feet for more than eight miles round trip. The complete journey took us almost eight hours passing pine and fir trees. I saw my first ever madrone tree as we trekked through breathtaking high desert terrain.

Reaching the peak, we were rewarded with a spectacular view of miles of the surrounding desert and mountains, a vista that can’t be beat.

That shared journey is a wonderful memory, especially watching Mr. Yates’ quiet enthusiasm as he pulled out a journal. Away from the other hikers, he sat high above Texas alone and began writing.

Basic Information

An entrance fee of $10 per person (16 years of age and older) is required; entrance fees/passes permit 1-7 consecutive days of use in this national park.

Holders of the Annual, Senior, Military, 4th grade and Access Pass can bring in 3 adults free of charge under their pass. Any pass must be displayed in a vehicle while in the national park.

Guadalupe Mountains National Park Annual Pass – $35.00

This pass is valid for entrance into Guadalupe Mountains National Park for one year from the month of purchase. The pass admits up to four adults in a private vehicle and is non-transferable; visitors under 16 years of age are free. You can purchase this pass at the Pine Springs Visitor Center.

Pine Springs Visitor Center is the park’s main visitor center and headquarters. Visitors can pay entrance and camping fees, tour the museum, purchase items from the park bookstore, pick up brochures, maps, and obtain backpacking permits here.

  • There is no gasoline available in the park. If you are traveling from (El Paso) Texas, Dell City is the closest town with amenities such as gasoline, diesel, food, and ice. When traveling from New Mexico, Whites City is the last place that offers gas, diesel, food and ice.
  • We’re not kidding. No gas is available for 35 miles in either direction from the visitor center. Plan accordingly.
  • Campgrounds offer primitive dry camping for both tents and RVs. Other than restrooms and potable water, there are no other amenities. There are no lodges in the park.